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i can buy air.... i can buy water.... i can buy even love.. i can even buy some time... but you cant buy respect...... :)
Sandy Padula and Norm...
Air is not a pure substance but a mixture of different gases. It is composed of approximately 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen, with small amounts of about a dozen other gases making up the remainder. So, science disagrees TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc.. And since oxygen depends on water in part, to be created, I'll agree to disagree that my water answer was in part, correct. Pure water is a pure substance because only water molecules are present. Water is a compound. It is made up of hydrogen and oxygen ions that have bonded together to form a new substance that is chemically different from either of its constituent elements.
Wooo yeah, I love the smell of debate in the morning!
Stevens Point, WI
Thank you for the answer. I said. AIR and WATER so I appreciate the validation. My husband with EMS for years said Oxygen and Blood because with out them functioning, death is imminent. So we were both right but don't tell him that. He'll gloat all night. LOL.
DEANNA C. SMITH ...
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
We feel that we are so much more than our bodies. A
I'll stick with my original answer.
Ok Mr Einstein, I will stick with my original...
Thanks for your answer.
I answered time, but tie will do you no good if you can't breathe!
I didnt get to answer, but my initial answer might be time however the sciense guy in me woudl say oxygen and clean fresh water
Good morning Michael. That makes perfect sense, even though my immediate response was water.
My family is the most important for me. My son just came for a vacation and I'm truly enjoying family time together.
Substance -- -hmmm TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc. . I should go with Water....
I think it would be air and water. Without them we wouldn't have lives.
That would have been my guess too... from when I was doing survival training.
Was off the grid most of the day so didn't get to respond...now just enoying the responses
Mike Rock's answer is good.
o2...with love running a close second
Thanks for the Q Michael, TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc. I wasn't here early enough to write my A, but enjoyed reading the comments back & forth
If I realized you were being literal in the q, I would have said air. That is obvious.
I was going to say air but now I see it in the second half of the question
Great trick question, but not too many blondes in the neighborhood tonight. I didn't mean you, Susan E.
"What do you 'feel'" is a question asking for a subjective answer based on the answering person's opinion. Just pointing out that that may be why different people answer in different ways.